(Netherlands VS Scotland), The Netherlands will need to comfortably win this match in order to raise their NRR. They’ll be under pressure. Scotland has won their two most recent matches in a row, and with their most recent win over Zimbabwe, they will come into this match with momentum. Based on their recent results here, we think the toss will be important and that the team choosing to bat first will fare much better. Because both teams are evenly balanced in every area, only the coin toss can significantly affect either team’s chances of winning.
Scotland will have a slight advantage going into this match thanks to their slightly better bowling attack.
Match Prediction, Netherlands VS Scotland Details:
The Location: Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo
The Date & Time: On Thursday 6th-July, At 12:30 PM IST/07:00 AM GMT
The Telecast & Streaming Channel: Sky Sports Networks & Sony Liv
Match Prediction, Netherlands VS Scotland Past Stats:
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Match Information About Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo
This important matchup between two of the competition’s most talented teams will take place at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo. At this location, the first innings score in ODIs is 244 runs on average. A 250+ score appears to be a fairly competitive total when taking into consideration the most recent matches played here.
Match Prediction, Netherlands VS Scotland PLAYING-11:
Netherlands: Vikramjit Singh, Max ODowd, Wesley Barresi, Bas de Leede, Teja Nidamanuru, Scott Edwards (c & wk), Saqib Zulfiqar, Logan van Beek, Ryan Klein, Aryan Dutt, Clayton Floyd
Match Prediction, Netherlands VS Scotland Best Performance:
The Best Batter:
Brandon McMullen: South African cricketer Brandon McMullen (born 18 October 1999) plays for the Scotland national cricket team. In 2022, he represented Scotland in his first international encounter. He bats right-handed and is an all-around player.
The Best Bowler:
Michael Leask: Leask is a useful off-spin bowler as well; during Scotland’s success over Tasmania on their World Cup acclimatization trip in the fall of 2014, he took three wickets. Leask only participated in one first-class match for Northants in 2014, a tour match against New Zealand A.